Community Wildfire Prevention & Mitigation Report

In a 45-Day Report to Governor Gavin Newsom in response to Executive Order N-05-19, CAL FIRE systematically identified high priority fuels reduction projects and other measures to immediately begin to protect over 200 of California's most wildfire-vulnerable communities and put the state on a path toward long-term wildfire prevention and forest health.

Executive Order N-05-19

45-Day Report (Complete) - Community Wildfire Prevention & Mitigation Report

CAL FIRE Fuel Breaks and Use During Fire Suppression

State of Emergency Declaration

Fact Sheet on Emergency Proclamation on Wildfire Risk

35-Day Report Web Viewer thumbnail

35 Priority Project Location Web Viewer

Individual Project Descriptions

Hwy 44 Fuel Break

Kings Mountain Roadside

Rush Creek

San Juan Canyon Fuel Reduction

Martin Ranch Fuel Break

Santa Barbara Foothill Community Defensible Space

Musick Fuel Break

Bridgeville Fuel Reduction

North Orinda Fuel Break

West Redding Fuels Reduction

Guatay Community Fuel Break

China Gulch Fuel Break

Forbestown Ridge

North Fork American River Fuelbreak

Shaver Springs

El Granada Quarry Park Fuel Break

Blue Rush Fuel Break

State Route 17 Fuel Break

 

Painted Cave Community Defensible Space

Willits Fuels Reduction

San Marcos Pass

Grist Fuel Break

Crest Community Fuel Break

Beal Fuel Break

Aptos, Buzzard, Hinkley Ridgetop and Roadside

Ukiah Fuels Reduction

Lake Shastina Fuels Treatment

Ponderosa West Grass Valley Defense Zone

Big Rock Fuel Reduction

Metcalf Gap

Palo Colorada Fire Access Roads

Laurel Springs-Hennicksons Ridge

Elk Creek Fuel Break

Palo Corona Fuel Reduction

Highway 41 Vegetation Management Plan

Individual Project Suspensions and Resource Links

Individual Suspensions

California Climate Investments logo

The Community Wildfire Prevention & Mitigation Projects are part of California Climate Investments, a statewide program that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing GHG emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment– particularly in disadvantaged communities.

This Google™ translation feature is provided for informational purposes only.

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protecton is unable to guarantee the accuracy of this translation and is therefore not liable for any inaccurate information resulting from the translation application tool.

Please consult with a translator for accuracy if you are relying on the translation or are using this site for official business.

If you have any questions please contact us here.

Select a Language Below / Seleccione el Idioma Abajo

Close this box or use the [ X ]